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ITT we discuss core strength in gaming
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And why it's important to notice that some games really don't utilize hyperthreading or several cores
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Because it's easy to use blanket statements like 'more cores are always better' and 'hyperthreading is always better' but really, software utilization is much more nuanced.
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1080p

ffs guys. we are gaming at 1440p now
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>>>/v/
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>>64110589
>>64110617
>>64110641
ABSOLUTELY ASSBLASTED

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01/02/intel_cpu_design_flaw/
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>>64110589
With the huge Intel bug, I don't think it will matter. Ryzen is about to actually have better single core than Intel because of the bug.
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Should I upgrade my i5-3550k @ 4.4ghz? I'll try to OC to 4.5ghz tonight.
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Expecting a 5% decrease. Intel is gonna do everything in their power to mitigate this fuckup. A class action lawsuit will follow just like the situation Apple is currently in. Top tier Ryzen CPUs (1800x, 1700x) will then sit midway with the Intel equivalents in such graphs like those.




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